News

In this section of the website you can read about some of the many varied and exciting events that take place at JFS. For a more comprehensive overview, photos and updates please follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

We also produce a regular Newsletter twice each month.

23/06/2016

In order to promote National School Sports Week, all PE lessons were modified to encourage new and different sports including some Paralympic sports. Students participated in wheelchair basketball, goal ball, curling, bottia, kabbadi, and handball.

22/06/2016

Year 9 students eagerly participated in an exciting Industry Day. The annual event is designed for students to engage in various activities, learning from an expert in their profession and thereby providing the students with a greater understanding of the world of work. Workshops included a florist, a chef, police forensics, engineers, fashion and wallpaper design to name but a few.

 

16/06/2016

NATIONAL SCHOOL SPORTS WEEK (NSSW) – Monday 20 June to Friday 25 June

The PE department have organised a variety of activities for NSSW. Including:

• Olympic and Paralympic sports sessions– Including Wheelchair Basketball • Walk a Mile competition – Win a Fitbit! • Sports Leaders Inclusive training • Climbing lunchtime session • Sports Awards Trip

Please encourage your child to get involved!  

10/06/2016

A group of students led by our new Social Action Coordinator, Jewish Care and GIFT, went to visit an old aged home in order to be more involved with the old people in the Jewish community. They were able to bond in a number of different ways one of which was making cheesecakes for the upcoming chag of Shavuot.

09/06/2016

In February, Jewish Care visited the Year 7 assembly to tell students about the new B’nei Mitzvah programme they set up in partnership with our school. Year 7 student, Leah, decided to participate in the recent 10K walk. The highlights for her were realising that she could walk 10K, knowing that she has raised funds for Jewish Care, seeing the amazing facilities that her funds would help to support and, best of all, meeting the incredible people who use these amazing facilities.

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